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I have an MSI motherborad model MS-7366 and I need to plug a DB9 male to 10 pin header pc blanking plate I just need to make sure I am pluging it in the right place

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LOOK AT THE ROWS ON PINS ON THE PLUG IN CABLE ,THAT THE MALE END. AND THE LABTOP HAS THE FEMALE END AND IF FOTH LOOK THE SAME THAN PLUG IT IN, BUT THE MALE END MAY NOT HAVE ALL THE PIN LIKE IN THE FEMALE PLUG LOOK LIKE THAT OKAY
MAKE SURE ALL THE PINS ARE STRAGHT

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Front panel connections


I don't find the Front Panel header pinout online, nor do I have an MSI MS-5191 in the shop.

I would suggest using one the LED lights with two wires.
(3-wire is a dual color LED)

There are two rows of pins. Usually the Power On switch, Power On LED, and Speaker; are on the same row.
HarDDrive activity LED, and Reset Switch are on the opposite row.

Speaker has 4-pins designated for it. All the others use 2-pins.
(Unless the PWR ON LED is a dual color jobbie)

Touch two pins next to each other, in the same row; with the 2-wire LED.
Start with finding the Power On switch first.

Usually the top row 1st two pins are Power On LED (Light)
Next in line are the 2 pins for the Power On switch.
Bottom row 1st two pins are usually HarDDrive activity LED (light)
Next 2-pins are usually Reset switch.

May not apply to a motherboard old enough to use a Socket 7 processor socket.
There may be 18 to 20-pins.
Bear in mind that many are not used, and probably 4 are for an internal speaker, for hearing BIOS Beep Codes.
May be two separate Front Panel headers.

Once you find the two contact pins in the Front Panel header, for the Power On switch; I would put the Power On switch wires on.
The small pin connector on the wire/s, will keep you from accidentally touching these two pins again, when the computer is on.

Now you have the two pins for the Power On switch, and the computer is running; then keep touching 2-pins at a time with the LED. (Light Emitting Diode)

LED stays on? You have the Power On LED (Light) pins.
LED blinks? HarDDrive activity LED (light) pins.
Computer restarts? Reset switch pins.

Look for abbreviations near the pins in the Front panel header.

PWR, Pwr, Pwr On, Sw, and SW; are just some of the abbreviations for the Power On switch.

HDD LED, and HDD are two for the HarDDrive activity LED. (Light)
(If it states HDD SW it is the Power On switch. Weird old way of marking)

RST, Reset, and RSW, are for the Reset Switch.
(Reset Button)

If you see 4 pins marked with a bracket ( [ -> Turn so it's horizontal), these are for the internal speaker.

Type MSI front panel connector in your search bar, and look at -> images. See if you can find an image of your MSI Front Panel header pinout.

You can bet MSI carried out that Front Panel header pinout, on other MSI motherboards, besides the MS-5191.

The MSI MS-5191 may have been a motherboard made by MSI, especially for a pre-built computer manufacturer, and not listed on their website as an OEM motherboard.
(Original Equipment Manufacturer)

Won't have the Front Panel header pinout, listed on MSI's support website. (Doesn't)
But you can bet there IS an OEM motherboard made by MSI, that the Front Panel header DOES match.

May be different expansion slots, or motherboard chipset, or whatever; but the same Front Panel header pinout.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jan 05, 2013 | AMD MicroStar MS-5191 Socket 7 mATX...

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Softwares and drivers for msi ms7366


Hi.
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that audio driver.

VGA driver and LAN driver to download just link here http://members.driverguide.com/driver_search.php?q=msi+ms7366&si=b18366ab6a537c96a0835af99f993edf&st=1307510500&gqm0=msi+ms7366
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Need motherboard pin location power, hdd &


The eMachines W2828 uses an MSI MS-7061 motherboard. Also known as KM3M-V.

This is MSI Support, and the download page for the KM3M-V motherboard manual,

http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=manual&maincat_no=1&prod_no=590

Left-click on the blue - M7061v1.2.zip - file name under the Download heading.

On the next page click on the country nearest yours.
A small window will come up.

Be sure the empty circle to the left of Save File, has a green dot in it.
If not, Left-click in the empty circle.
Now go below, and click on OK.

This is a Zip file. Zip files are used to send a large amount of information. The file is condensed.

If you do not have your downloads set to save to your My Documents folder, (Could also go to a sub-folder in My Documents>Downloads), this file will go to your desktop screen.

When you see the file name - M7061v1.2.zip, double-click right on it.
On the left side of the screen go up to the top, and left-click on - Extract All Files.
Follow the instructions of the Unzip Wizard.

Barring you have trouble downloading, or opening the file;

Orient the motherboard so the Processor is at the top, and Ram Memory slots are to the right.

Below the CMOS battery is a front panel header > JFP1

(Front Panel is the plastic front part of the computer, the Power On switch, Power On LED, and HDD LED are located)

There are three white PCI slots on the motherboard, below the Processor socket.
The last PCI slot that is closest to the outside edge of the motherboard, is PCI 3.

Below the PCI 3 slot is the AUD1 header. (Audio 1)

Below the right corner of the PCI 3 slot are two more headers.
JUSB1, and JUSB2
These two headers are combined together.

To the right of the JUSB1 and JUSB2 headers is another header.
JFP2.

To the right of the JFP2 header is a header that only has two pins.
JC11.

To the right of the JC11 header is the JFP1 header.

It is the last horizontal header, and is all the way to the right of the motherboard.
The JFP1 header is parallel to the outside edge of the motherboard.

There are two rows of pins.
Four across the top, then a blank space. (Or no pin)
Five across the bottom.

The pins going across the top of the JFP1 header are numbered Evenly.

Starting at the Left side going towards the right, the pins are numbered 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10.
There is NO pin 10, however

The pins going across the bottom are numbered Odd.

Starting at the Left side going towards the right, the pins are numbered,
1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.

1) Pins 2 and 4 are for the Power LED lamp.

2) Pins 6 and 8 are for the Power On switch

3) Pins 1 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED

4) Pins 5 and 7 are for the Reset switch

May 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Emachine W3410,the main three wire from the motherboard to the power botton on and off switch was remove and iam not sure wish pin they go to .power led, power sw, H.D.D.led,


The eMachines W3410 uses an MSI ms-7145 motherboard.
Also known as RS480M

This is MSI Support, and the download page for the motherboard manual, for the RS480M motherboard,

http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=1&prod_no=204

To the Right of the photo of the motherboard, you will see a gray bar with, BIOS, Driver, Utility, Manual, and RSS.
Left-click on Manual.

On the next page look under the heading to the right - Document.
Left-click on the blue - E7145v2.1.zip

On the final page click on the country nearest yours.
A small window will come up with the heading -
Opening E7145v2.1.zip

Be sure that Save File has a green dot, in the empty circle to the left.
[If not, Left-click on the empty circle to the left of Save File]
Now click on OK, below.

Where this file will go.
If you Do Not, have your documents set to save to your My Documents folder (Documents for Vista), the file will go to your desktop screen.

In either place Double-click on the file. Now go up to the left, and click on - Extract All Files.
Click on Next, and Finish.

You will now see a PDF icon. Double-click on this icon.
Go to Page 15.

The plastic panel on the front of your computer is the Front Panel.
This is where the Power On switch, Power On LED, and HDD LED are located.

The connector on the motherboard where the cables (Wires) attach to, is the Front Panel header.
The front panel header is a series of pins, sticking up out of the motherboard.

The MSI ms-7145 motherboard, (RS480M) has the Front Panel header separated into two headers.

JFP1, and JFP2

Looking at the motherboard with the Processor socket to the top, and the Ram Memory slots to the right, the JFP1, and JFP2 front panel headers are located at the extreme bottom Right, of the motherboard.

[Use the Zoom In feature (+ at top of file) to enlarge the motherboard layout on Page 15]

Now go to Page 38.
Page 38 shows the connections for the JFP1, and JFP2 headers.

The JFP1 header, and the JFP2 header, consists of two rows of pins in a horizontal column.
The pins are arranged parallel, to the bottom edge of the motherboard.

Right above the JFP1, and JFP2 header may be three pins, with two of the pins have a jumper. We will not concern ourselves with this jumper header (BIOS with Protect Jumper)

The JFP1, and JFP2 headers are close together. There is no separation in-between them.

The JFP2 header is for an internal speaker.
The JFP1 header is for the Front Panel cables.

The JFP1 header pins start from the right side of the motherboard, and go towards the left.

There are 5 pins across the Bottom. (Going from right to left)
There is NO pin, then there are 4 pins across the Top.
(Again, going from Right towards the left)

The top row of pins are numbered Evenly.
The bottom row of pins are numbered Odd.

Starting on the Right side, going towards the left for the Top row of pins, the pins are numbered,
10 (NO pin for 10), 8, 6, 4, and 2.

Starting on the Right side, going towards the left for the Bottom row of pins, the pins are numbered,
9, 7, 5, 3, and 1.

1) Pins 2 and 4 are for the Power On LED.

2) Pins 6 and 8 are for the Power On switch

3) Pins 1 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED

4) Pins 5 and 7 are used for a Reset switch. (If applicable)

5) Pin 9 is not used.


Apr 30, 2010 | E-Machines T3958 (827103050974) PC Desktop

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Manual


I would like you to go here to Motherboards.org,
http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/manuals/MSI/MS-5185/
Where it states -> File: 5185v10.zipVersion:--Release Date:-- Download
I would like you to click on Download.

You will see a small window come up. Click on the empty circle to the left of -> Save

Unless, you have your downloads going to your My Documents folder (Start>My Documents) this will wind up on your desktop screen. It will be a yellow folder icon with probably -> 5185v10.zip <- under it.

Double-click on the yellow folder icon. You will see 6 PDF files.
5185-1.pdf, 5185-2.pdf, and so on.
To open them and look at them, you double-click on each one, one at a time.
Then in the File Download window, you click on Open.

In 5185-2.pdf, it shows you the Front Panel header, and where the Front Panel wires go.
(Not trying to insult your intelligence. The Front Panel is where your Power On button is. The Front Panel header is on the motherboard. A connector on a motherboard, is referred to as a Header)

Should somehow you can't download this PDF Motherboard Manual, I will try to explain the connections on the Front Panel header. Bear with me.

Viewing the motherboard with the processor up at the top, ram memory to the right, the Front Panel header is on the bottom right. It is the JFP2 header.
(The motherboard manual, clearly shows this header as being the JFP2 header. Then it states it's the JFP1 header. Believe there was a misprint. You'll know)

It is situated lengthwise up and down, parallel to the right side of the motherboard, with two rows of pins.

The pins are numbered 1 through 20. There are spots where there are No pins. Where there is no pin, I will state -> No connect

Starting at the top on the left side, and coming down.
Pin 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, No connect, and 10.

Starting on the top right side, and coming down.
No connect, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, No connect, 2, and 1.

1.Pins 18 and 17 are for the Reset Switch
2.Pins 16 through 13 are for the internal speaker
3.Pins 12 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED.
4.Pins 10 and 1 are for the Keylock Switch
5.Pins 8 and 7 are for the Power On switch
6.Pins 6, 5, and 4, are for the Power LED
Pin 6 is the Positive connection, (+)

This motherboard uses an ATX 20-pin motherboard power connector.
It is at the top of the motherboard, and goes across lengthwise.
There are 20 socket holes.
Pin 1 is on the top left. It uses an Orange wire. (3.3 volts)
Pin 10 is all the way to the right. It uses a Yellow wire, (12 volts)

May 10, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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Need manual to put wiring back correctly please ta muchly


This is MSI/Support and the download page for the MSI MS-7104 V1.0
Motherboard Manual in Zip file form,
http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloadfile&dno=4036&type=manual
Granted, it's not the 2.0 version, but the Front Panel header is the same.

Click on the button with the countries name that is closest to you. I clicked on U.S.
If you don't have your downloads set, to download to your My Documents folder, it will go to your desktop.

Double-click on the file name. You will see the Extraction Wizard come up.

Go up to the top left, and click on Extract All Files.
Now you will see a PDF file on your desktop screen, with the file name under it. Double-click on this PDF file.

After you have opened it, and everything is there, you can go back to the Zip file on your desktop screen, right-click on it, and delete it.
Delete it from your Recycle Bin also, or it will be taking up needless room on your harddrive.

Orient the view of the motherboard, so we are both looking at it the same way.
The processor is at the Top/Middle, and to the very bottom right, is the JFP1 header. (Connector on a motherboard is called a header)
Over to the left of the JFP1 header is the JFP2 header. Looks to be about one inch over from the JFP1 header.

We'll start with the JFP1 header.
The JFP1 header has 4 pins across the Top. Then there is a place for a pin. No pin for where no.5 would be.
The JFP1 header has 5 pins across the Bottom.

The pins across the Top are numbered -> 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10, but there is NO, No.10 pin.

The pins across the Bottom are numbered -> 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9

Pins 2 and 4 are for the Power LED light. It doesn't have which pin is the Positive (+) but I suspect it's Pin 2.

Pins 6 and 8 are for the Power On switch. Doesn't matter which way they go, it's a switch.

Pins 1 and 3 are for the HDD activity light. I suspect Pin 1 is the Positive (+) connection.

Pins 5 and 7 are for the Reset switch. (If you have a Reset button. If not, don't sweat it)

Pin 9 is not used.

JFP2 header:
The JFP2 header has 4 pins across the Top. They are numbered
2, 4, 6, and 8.

There are 3 pins across the Bottom.
They are numbered 1, 3, and 5. There is no No.7 pin.

Pins 2, 4, 6, and 8 are used for an internal speaker. This speaker would be used to hear any BIOS Beep Codes. I suspect No. 2 pin is the positive (+)

Pins 1, 3, and 5 are used for the Power LED. I suspect what they're indicating, is an LED used to show Turbo Boost. In actuality I'm not sure. If your Power LED has a connector with three socket holes, it goes here. If your Power LED has two socket holes, it goes to the JFP1 header, and to Pins 2 and 4.

Apr 18, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Need help on connecting up motherboard to rest of pc


I downloaded the PDF Motherboard Manual for the MSI MS-6380E Version 1.0, just now.

Let's take a look at that JFP1 header.
This view is looking at the JFP1 header, sitting at the bottom right of the motherboard, TO THE LEFT of the JFP2 header. The JFP2 header is at the very bottom right hand corner. The JFP1 header is just to the left of it. The processor is to the Top/Middle.


Looking at the pins going across the top of the JFP1 header, they are as follows,
2, 4, 6, 8, and there is no 10. There is no pin for 10.
Looking at the pins going across the bottom, they are as follows,
1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.

Pins 6 & 8 are for the Power On switch.
Pins 2 & 4 are for the Power On light, (LED light)
Pins 1 & 3 are for the HarDDrive activity light.
Pins 5 & 7 are used for a Reset switch. (IF, you have one)

Should you not have the Motherboard Manual, go here,
http://motherboards.org/mobot/manuals/MSI/MS-6380E/
(If this doesn't come up as a link, copy and paste it into your address bar, then press the Enter key)
On this page click on ->Download <- to the right of
File: 6380ev1.0.exe Version: - - Release Date: - -

When you do a small window will come up. Click on the empty circle to the left of -> Save.
This file will be saved either directly to your deswktop screen, or your My Documents folder. I don't know how you have your downloads set up to be saved. I save them to my My Documents folder.

Once you see this file, double-click on it. It's a WinRar file. There will be a Microsoft 'Squawk Box' that comes up. "Warning this publisher could not be verified, ya-da, ya-da"

Ignore it! Click on -> Run
Now the WinRAR extraction archive will come up.
Click on Run.

Now go to the PDF file and double-click on it.
There's your Motherboard Manual.

Apr 12, 2009 | MSI KT3 Ultra Motherboard

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Meaning of Db and the use of Db9-male Cabl


The D is the shape of the connector when looked at it on it's side. The second letter (A,B,C,D,E) defines the amount of pins in the D connector. "DB9" is actually called DE by the standard and the E=9 pins. A=15, B=25, C=37, D=50, E=9. This standard was set in place by ITT Corp (Not the school) in 1952, and DE-9 connectors were used for tons of applications. (Machinery, Cars, etc). If you are only referring to the computer uses, the connector is widely known as RS-232 or a "Serial" port. These ports in computers were/are used for devices like early printers, scanners, networking hardware, or even as a method of connecting to the Internet at one point.

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Rj45 male to db9 male cable for ups


If you have a BackUPS CS, you are probably either using it with the USB cable that is supplied or with the 940-0128A supplied by APC, which permits running the UPS in dumb mode. By building your own cable, you can now run the BackUPS CS models (and perhaps also the ES models) using smart signalling and have all the same information that is available as running it in USB mode.
The jack in the UPS may be easily use a 8 pin RJ45 connector. It is easy to construct the cable by cutting off one end of a standard RJ45-8 ethernet cable and wiring the other end (three wires) into a standard DB9F female serial port connector.
PC Signal PC pin UPS Pin UPS signal RxD 2 2 TxD TxD 3 8 RxD GND 5 7 Ground FG Shield 4 Frame Ground Though these UPSes are USB UPSes, APC supplies a serial cable (typically with a green DB9 F connector) that has 940-0128A stamped into one side of the plastic serial port connector.
Here is suggested scheme of original 940-0128A cable
APC Part# - 940-0128A computer --------- Inside the Connector--------- UPS DB9-F | | RJ45 pin - signal | | Pin - Color | | 4 DSR ->|---+ | | | diode resistor | 6 DTR ->|---+---->|----///---o kill power | 8 Orange | | 1 DCD <-|----+ | | | | 2 RxD <-|----+----------------+--o low battery| 3 Brown | | | 7 RTS ->|----------+--///--+ | | | | | +--///--+ | | | | 8 RI <-|----+----------------+--o on battery | 2 Black | | | 9 CTS <-|----+ | | signal | 5 GND --|-----------------------o ground | 7 Red | | 3 TxD | | | chassis | Chassis/GND |-----------------------o ground | 4 Black | | | Not connected | 1, 5, 6, 9, 10 --------------------------------------

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Jusb connection wiring


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These are standard pin outs as you notice your pins on JUSB areupside down to this but the pin locations are correct if you start from the blank (missing) pin and work backward.

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